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Over 80 years serving the Charlotte community

State-of-the-art diagnostic tools and treatments

Customized solutions for your home and needs

160 hours of rigorous training during 1st year hired

Backed by board certified entomologists

Drug-screened and background checked

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Orkin serves the following communities near Charlotte:

Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Mooresville, Cornelius, Salisbury, Kings Mountain, Belmont, Denver, Mount Holly, Harrisburg, Dallas, China Grove, Stanley, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Pineville, Marshville, Rockwell, Wadesboro, Troutman, Vale, Wingate, Midland, Iron Station, Mount Pleasant.

Charlotte Pest Pressure

Bed bugs and mosquitoes are major problems in Charlotte, NC. Hot, humid weather, consistent moisture, and access to food sources draw the pests to the area in droves. Mosquitoes hang around residential neighborhoods and become active during evening hours. They pester any person outside at this time by feeding on their blood, leaving behind itchy welts, and spreading diseases like Zika and West Nile virus. Bed bugs are indoor pests that hide in bedrooms or upholstered furniture, feed on blood while their hosts sleep, and cause psychological distress.

Charlotte residents must also deal with rodents and bats. Mice and rats flock to heated homes at the onset of winter weather. These pests defecate and urinate everywhere, steal and contaminate food in pantries, dirty kitchens, ruin items stored in attics and basements, and spread a number of diseases. Bats infest Charlotte homes less frequently but are occasionally found in attics. Their excrement facilitates the growth of histoplasmosis, a respiratory ailment.